Sadler remains in her job.
There’s no love lost between McCain and Trump — McCain allies have told the White House that Trump is not welcome at the senator’s funeral — but Trump had not attacked McCain for some time before Tuesday night. Their feud dates back at least as long as the early days of Trump’s 2015 presidential campaign, when McCain called Trump supporters “crazies” and Trump questioned McCain’s valor in Vietnam.
Back then, Trump called McCain a “loser” and ridiculed him for the years he spent in a Vietnamese prison camp after his plane was shot down.
“He is a war hero because he was captured,” Trump said. “I like people who weren’t captured.”
On Tuesday, McCain wasn’t Trump’s only target in a speech delivered just hours after he and his aides vowed that he would be focused singularly on public policy and not on distracting side fights.
He ripped hip-hop star Jay-Z for using profanity, including the “F” word, at a rally for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
“His language was so filthy that it made me like the most clean-cut” person in the world, Trump said.
And he went back to a favorite recent talking point, calling House Minority Nancy…